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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
c) An estimate of the quantity of any such
substance that was released into the
environment.
d) The time and duration of the release.
e) The medium or media into which the release
occurred.
g) Proper precautions to take as a result of the
release, including evacuation (unless such
information is readily available to the
community emergency coordination pursuant
to the emergency plan).
h) The names and telephone number of the
person or persons to be contacted for further
information.
4.3.11.2 As soon as practicable after a release which
40CFR355.40(b)(3)
requires notification under 4.3.11 herein, such
owner or operator shall provide a written follow-
up emergency notice (or notices, as more
information becomes available) setting forth and
updating the information required under
paragraph 4.3.11.1 of this section, and including
additional information with respect to:
a) Actions taken to respond to and contain the
release,
c) Where appropriate, advice regarding medical
attention necessary for exposed individuals.
DOE O 151.1A, Chapter IV,
4.3.12 Public Information
sec. 4.b-4.i
During the response phase of an emergency, shall
cooperatively ensure that an adequate public
information program is established and maintained,
commensurate with site hazards, to ensure that
information can be provided to the public and the
media during an emergency. The emergency public
information program shall be adequately staffed with
personnel trained to serve as spokesperson and news
writer, and to provide support in media services,
public inquiry, media inquiry, Joint Information
Center management and administrative activities, and
media monitoring. Persons with technical expertise
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